Had it happened at Wimbledon, the sight of Tamira Paszek lunging around in a flimsy vest and straining sports bra would have left many venerable members of the All-England Club choking on their strawberries.
The 17-year-old Austrian nearly pulled off the shock of the day at the Australian Open but it was more for her choice of tennis attire that she'll live long in the memories of those present.
In the baking Australian heat, Paszek revealed a skimpy outift that was almost as stunning as her backhand.
Her third seed opponent, Serbian Jelena Jankovic, had to saved three match points to edge Paszek 2-6, 6-2, 12-10 in an opening-day marathon in the first Grand Slam tournament of the year.
The deciding set included 15 breaks of serve and took 1 hour, 56 minutes.
As a junior, Paszek, was a two-time finalist in the 2005 Girl's Singles Championship at Wimbledon and at the US Open - Girls' Singles in 2006.
Powerful and strong, Paszek is known for her vicious two-handed backhand - and now her low-cut tops.